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The Death Series, Books 1-3 (Dark Dystopian Paranormal Romance): Death Whispers, Death Speaks, and Death Inception (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Tamara Rose Blodgett
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From the New York Times bestselling author of A Terrible Love...

Dark dystopian fantasy meets paranormal romance in a chilling collection of humans who possess extraordinary powers, and the government's covert efforts of exploitation and control...


Almost fifteen-year-old Caleb Hart is a Cadaver-Manipulator in the year 2025. When teens receive a government-sanctioned pharmaceutical cocktail during school, paranormal abilities begin manifesting... making the teens more powerful than the adults.

After Caleb discovers he has the rare, Affinity for the Dead, he must do whatever it takes to hide it from a super-secret government agency whose goal is exploitation.

Caleb seeks refuge in his new girlfriend, Jade, until he realizes that she needs as much protection from her family, as he does from the government.

Suddenly, Caleb finds that hiding his ability while protecting Jade and his friends is a full time job; can he escape the government, protect Jade and lose the bullies that are making him miserable?

Caleb's in high school now and thinks the chaos of last year is behind him. Unfortunately, a serial killer is on the loose and children are his victims. Caleb agrees to help the police apprehend the murderer...until the killer takes notice of Caleb and his paranormal friends.

Carson and Brett remain the bullies they always were and their posse continues to grow. How long can the two groups stay out of each others' way before there's a firestorm of retribution...

The Government Graysheets continue to keep tabs on Caleb's every move while Jade's family threatens their relationship. Can they still be together even when events threaten to tear them apart?

Kyle Ulysses Hart and his team of scientists mapped the human genome in the year 2010. As Brain Impulse Technology came online... so did the long arm of the United States government. A covert, military-driven regime was born with genetic manipulation the key to future widespread control.

When pharmaceutical laboratories, funded by the Graysheets, discover a way to unlock paranormal potential through compulsive inoculation, their exploitative dream is realized.

Clyde and Caleb's lives are predestined to intertwine as they cross paths, his history becoming Caleb's future.

A lone teenager named Jeffrey Parker, falls prey when he manifests the rare, Affinity for the Dead.The Graysheets abandon all pretense of stewardship, ripping him from his family for their nefarious purposes.

Can Jeffrey remain who he was destined to be in an environment exclusively built for mass control?

Suggested reading order for The Death Series:
DEATH BLINKS coming 2015-16

211,000 words/ 844 pages compilation

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 5868 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 814 pages
  • Editeur : Tamara Rose Blodgett; Édition : 2 (28 décembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00AX19UG6
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Composition améliorée: Activé
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: n°229.101 dans la Boutique Kindle (Voir le Top 100 dans la Boutique Kindle)

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Très bon début de série 21 mai 2014
Par Fred
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Le début est un peu lent mais l'histoire est très accrocheuse et les héros attachants.
Le fait que les protagonistes soient des jeunes adolescents n'est au final pas gênant et colle parfaitement avec l'histoire.

Une série à découvrir pour tous ceux qui aiment le paranormal, les pouvoir surhumains et leurs impacts sur la société.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I loved it !!!! 16 janvier 2014
Par Ness
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This book is the perfect end to this series. Every character gets what he deserves and the heroes thrive to get their happy ending. I recommend it !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Loved ALL THREE!!! 10 janvier 2013
Par A Book Vacation - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Death Whispers:

I really like this novel. I especially love that the main character is male, as more often than not, lead roles in YA literature are female (why is that?). I've been looking for something along these lines to promote reading among my male student for a while, and thankfully, I've now found it. With a main character that can raise corpses, how can you go wrong?

It is obvious that Blodgett spent a lot of time writing Death Whispers, perfecting the scientific and technological aspects of this futuristic dystopian novel. I was reminded of one of my favorite TV shows, Heroes, as I read. While many young adults will come into their special power during puberty, not all will choose to use their powers for good. And, with many new powers coming to light each year, the government, of course, is going to be on the lookout for any powers that may be politically important. One main difference, though, is that all young adults know that they may manifest these powers, and they are, therefore, subjected to a mandatory AP test to determine their placements in high school--which I think is a really ingenious idea that Blodgett incorporated into the novel, as it creates suspense in the terms that "big brother is watching you."

As the synopsis states, Caleb has a very rare talent, as do a few of his friends, and it was really fun to follow the characters as they discover their different abilities and learn to control and hide them, especially as the ever looming government could easily swoop in at any moment. What I really love about these powers, especially Caleb's, is that Blodgett doesn't sugarcoat them. For instance, the corpses don't come back as they were in life, but rather in their various stages of decompose, including the smell. It was really interesting to read about this, and Blodgett writes in such a way that the reader can easily visualize it (though thankfully not smell it!).

This novel takes place over a few months, and another aspect I really enjoyed was that I was able to keep pace with the timeframe. Keeping the reader on point with elapsed time can be very difficult for writers, and I've read many books in which the events all seem to happen within a day, and no timeline is ever provided for the reader, causing confusion. Blodgett, however, easily guides the reader through the story without having to state the time and, because of this, the love story portion of the novel becomes feasible, as it obviously doesn't happen "overnight."

The dialogue in the story, as well as the action, was also very well done. Caleb and his friends banter back and forth much as my students do every day in the classroom, and I catch them doing very strange things in class as well, such as sticking things in their nose and ears... Blodgett captures the true essence of adolescents in her story, making her novel that much more enjoyable. As the story unfolds, events seamlessly build off each other, capturing the reader's attention until the very end.

I know that my favorite character should be one of the main ones, but actually, my favorite characters is Ali, Caleb's mother. Why? As I'm an English teacher and older adult, I find we connect. She has a strong love for her son and also a strong love for English. She is constantly correcting Caleb's language and, as exasperating as that can be to others, I love it! I do it all the time too; I see myself in her, and I see my students in the young adult characters, solidifying Blodgett's capability of creating very real characters that we can all connect with in some manner.

Something else I absolutely adore about this novel is the Caleb's relationship with his parents. Caleb goes to his parents, first and foremost, when he realizes he's in trouble. Most YA novels deal with characters that feel they need to hide everything from the adults in their life, and I loved that this was different. I've read many YA novels in which adults are excluded or deemed untrustworthy, and it was refreshing to finally read a YA novel in which an adolescent trusts his parents. Caleb goes to his parents on many occasions, and though they can't always help him, the moral support that is there is awesome, and it portrays parents in a positive light, whereas, more often than not, YA literature portrays adults negatively. I like this positive reinforcement because that's an aspect that teens need in their lives--adults who listen and care--yet Blodgett doesn't paint all the adults in her novel as such, in order to keep with the reality of the world. Not all the adults (or other teenagers, for that matter) in the novel can be trusted, and Caleb and his friends aren't obtuse. They see the warning signs and give their trust sparingly--they have a great sense of "street smarts," as my parents would put it, and I enjoyed that very much.

Of course, the technological aspect of this novel was amazing. As it takes place in the future, technology must be vastly different, and Blodgett does not disappoint! She has taken our current technology and morphed it, creating "pulse" technology in which cell phones read our thoughts and send them virally. Hence, texting and calling are obsolete. I loved reading about this, and how the characters used it, and I would live to see "pulse" technology actually come to fruition someday--though that could be a nightmare to us teachers in the classroom...

Overall, this novel was great, and I highly suggest adolescents and adults read it alike. You will not be disappointed!

Death Speaks:

Blodgett is an amazing writer. I have had the pleasure of reading three of her novels, and I've enjoyed every single one of them, but I really think Death Speaks takes the cake. Not only is the cover absolutely amazing, but the story line itself is so original and intriguing that it glues the reader to the pages from the very first line. I fell in love with the characters in Death Whispers, and Blodgett intensifies that love in this sequel, adding some spicy relationships, a chilling murder investigation, and laugh out loud situations and dialogue.

Death Speaks continues the story of Caleb, a male protagonist, and the story flows through his eyes. I really enjoy this point of view and focus on male characters, which I haven't really seen in much of the current YA literature, especially coming from a female author. Blodgett knows how the young male mind works; her characters' actions and dialogue are just like what I observe in the classroom on a daily basis, making this paranormal novel all the more real. That being said, curse words are used fairly regularly throughout the novel, usually just out of earshot of an adult (just like in real life), but not always, and what I truly love is that the adults are always on point when it comes to language and corrections of the young teens struggling to come into themselves.

This novel is very reader friendly and I believe both the young and old will enjoy this story.

Death Inception:

I am so excited that Blodgett wrote this amazing prequel to her Death series!!! While I never really had any nagging questions about how everything came to be, and I thought that Blodgett did a great job explaining everything, this novella really opened my eyes and filled in more areas of the series that I hadn't even realized I wanted to know about!

Told between alternate time periods, following characters' lives from the early 1900s to the mid 2000s, readers will learn about the life and death of our beloved Clyde, the beginnings of the human genome project, brain pulse, Parker's inception with the Affinity for the Dead... and it's all intertwined amazingly well.

Overall, I highly recommend this series and can't get enough!!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Surprisingly Entertaining 27 janvier 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is exactly what I hoped for from a book about a "Cadaver Manipulator," plus a couple of atypical plot twists. In Blodgett's world, kids are all inoculated with a serum that will turn on any latent psychic powers when they hit puberty (a bit of a stretch, I admit, but if you're looking for high literature, you shouldn't be reading YA). Naturally, our hero develops a rare ability (he's basically a zombie master) and you get the fairly typical, "Oh, no, the men in black want to take me away!" story line. What is unusual is that our hero actually turns to his parents for help--and they help him, instead of turning him over. Once they realize how horrible their son is at hiding his ability, they immediately go to the press, sparing us god knows how many pages of being on the run. I found this kind of refreshing.
That's not to say there are a few plot points that strain credulity. The way our hero deal with his bullies is painfully pathetic (yes, share your big secret with them, but don't sic a zombie on them and terrify them into silence and submission--brilliant!), and, as mentioned in another review, some of the dialogue is a bit iffy. My biggest complaint is that the third "book" in this particular set is really more a bunch of short stories, and barely novella length. It explains the back stories of a number of characters and the whole inoculation thing, but I seriously question its inclusion as a full book. It might work better as a prequel, or even just a tie in--it's placement here breaks up the overall narrative of the series.
That said, if you're looking for a pulpy young adult romp, you could do a lot worse than pony up the dollar.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A new twist on an old theme 20 février 2013
Par James - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
These books take what has been a common theme in fiction, paranormal abilities, and ties them to a world and plot delivered in a way that leaves it unique and intensely familiar at the same time. It's well written, and Tamara Rose Blodgett manages to do one of the hardest things for an author: she gives the characters a voice and perspective totally unique to them, and so they achieve a life of their own. It does have some teenage angst as part of it, but it feels more natural than artificial, which impressed me enormously.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 pretty low standards 7 février 2014
Par A. E. Fawcett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
The author seemingly feels the need to translate nearly every statement made by a well-educated ("scientist") character into "English," essentially repeating a dumbed-down version each time. She does this repeatedly despite a reasonable, maybe ninth grade-level vocabulary in the original statements. This not only makes the other adult characters who apparently need translation seem like idiots, but also implies that the reader is likewise language-impaired. I found this irritating (and frequent) enough to discard the books within the first few chapters. If that hadn't been enough, a cheap and unnecessary political reference was a cherry on the anti-intellectual, anti-science tone. Poor grammar, lack of punctuation, and strangely inconsistent formatting would make for a bad read even if the content had been better.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 mixed emotions conquered by interesting characters 5 mars 2013
Par Jerry N - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Why a three rating? The protagonist is straight out of the 1950s, protecting his girl when no protection is necessary. He and his posse also take offense at anything and everything and find fighting as the response of first choice. That said, there are some very positive features of this book. The skills of the different paranormals are very ingenious, and the ways these skills are used make for a suspenseful read. Also, the lead character, indeed most of the characters, show an admirable loyalty. Parents and grandparent are treated with respect, a fine line to walk for teenage characters. More interestingly though, the loyalty trait extends to the undead whom the lead character regularly raises from their graves. The author does a good job of building reader feelings for these strange characters. I read all of the books within a few days. That suggests I liked them despite the overdone juvenile chauvinism and propensity for solving all problems with fights.
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